Gordon Ramsay’s 3 South East Asian Ultimate Home Cooking
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Episode 3: South East Asian Dishes: Wednesday 16 October 2013 Channel 4 12.05 pm
Helping busy people create stunning food at home, still fast and still delicious.
Today with a spicy touch:
- tangy fruit salad
- a clam noodle soup
- banana and coconut fritters
- son Jack helps make spicy chicken wings
A tangy fruit salad for breakfast with clean fresh zingy flavours.
Gordon introduces an unusual idea, in fact he has two, a fruit salad for breakfast and making the salad spicy.
In the salad Gordon uses a finely chopped chilli, tamarind and palm sugar, plus Gordon’s sercet weapon lime. All rounded of with roasted nuts and chopped pineapple.
Clam noodle soup and banana Fritters
Lemongrass is the basis of this dish and is used a lot in Thai cookery.
Noodle soups quite varied, complete food.. in Asia with dumplings.
Jack lends a hand as Gordon instructs how to make spicy chicken wings.
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